By Outer Banks Voice on June 3, 2021
In June, our Courtroom Gallery will feature Latrell Broughton’s exhibition Worlds Near and Far. This exhibition will feature images of Latrell’s vibrant portraits and landscape photography taken from around the world, as well as his signature animated speculative portraits that come to life through augmented reality apps. Latrell will be at our Gallery on Friday, June 4 from 3pm to 5pm for an artist meet and greet. Worlds Near and Far will be on display June 4-26.
June 4-26, our Vault Gallery will feature mixed media by Phyllis Wells. The month-long exhibit, titled Some Like It Hot, will showcase Phyllis’ love for the water and all things nautical. Phyllis will be at our Gallery on Friday, June 4 from 12pm to 3pm for an artist meet and greet.
The inaugural collaborative fashion event Homegrown, presented by PNC, will be held at the Dare County Head Start Center in Manteo at 6pm on Friday, June 11. Inspired by some of Dare County’s most unique creatives, Homegrown will feature a runway fashion show, an artisan market, and live music by Zack Mexico, Holden McOwen and Tshombe Selby.
This family-friendly event is free, but guests have the opportunity to purchase VIP tickets that include front row seating for the runway show.
The next installment of the The Courthouse Speaker Series, A Conversation with Storyteller Elisha “Mother” Minter, will be held on Tuesday, June 15 at 7pm on our Facebook page. Minter will share some “Bread Family Tales” focusing on the daily life and struggles of a family living when Jim Crow laws and racism were prevalent. Tune in to learn what life was like in North Carolina for farmers, parents, and children growing up in a time when “sto’ bought bread” was a delicacy.